Monday, December 13, 2021

Ron DeSantis Announces Actions Against Biden’s ‘Reckless Border Policies’; Announces 6 Proposals to Crack Down on Corporations, Left-Wing NGOs Aiding Illegal Immigration, and related stories

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Ron DeSantis Announces Actions Against Biden’s ‘Reckless Border Policies’:
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) on Friday announced a series of actions the state plans to take against President Biden’s “reckless border policies,” barring contractors assisting ferreting illegal immigrants from doing business in Florida, requiring private companies involved in facilitating illegal immigration to “pay the state restitution for each person they are facilitating,” and cutting state ties with facilities housing illegal immigrants.
DeSantis made the announcement during a press conference in Jacksonville, Florida, noting the country is “dealing with the fallout from the reckless border policies of the Biden administration” and that the Sunshine State sent support to Texas five months ago because of the crisis on the Southern border.
Roughly 200,000 people illegally enter the country every month, DeSantis said, explaining that many of the people who poured in “said their ultimate destination was the state of Florida.”
“It obviously was affecting us. We could tell off the bat. But what would happen was they would identify, they would have someone coming in illegally, turn them over to the Feds, and then the Feds would just put them on an airplane somewhere, put them on a bus” in different areas of the country, he explained, noting this happened in Jacksonville, Florida, as the Biden administration shipped illegal immigrants in the “wee hours of the morning” with no advance notice to the state. He added that this ended tragically, as a 24-year-old posed as a minor and ultimately committed a murder. --->READ MORE HERE
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Ron DeSantis Announces 6 Proposals to Crack Down on Corporations, Left-Wing NGOs Aiding Illegal Immigration:
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis (R) announced six legislative proposals, with hopes to pass them into law through the legislature, that would drastically crackdown on corporations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) who facilitate illegal immigration to the state.
During a press conference on Friday morning, DeSantis announced a series of legislative actions to reduce illegal immigration across the state. The six proposals would:
1. Ban state and local agencies from doing business with or providing benefits to any private-sector business or NGO that helps facilitate illegal immigration to Florida.

2. Ban state agencies from renewing state contracts with transportation companies, such as airlines and bus services, that facilitate illegal immigration to Florida.

3. Require private-sector businesses and NGOs, who facilitate illegal immigration to Florida, to provide compensation to the state of Florida to cover all costs that fall on taxpayers.

4. Mandate county and local jails, as well as courts, to collect immigration status data at the time of a suspect’s arrest and conviction. The information would be reported to the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.

5. Ban Florida officials from providing any discretionary benefits to illegal aliens while state agencies and hospitals will be required to annually report taxpayer-funded expenses for illegal aliens.

6. Add the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity as an enforcer of E-Verify.
In addition to the six proposals, as Breitbart News exclusively reported, DeSantis announced an emergency order that bans the issuance or renewal of all state licenses to provide services to Unaccompanied Alien Children (UACs) who are resettled across Florida. The order is effective immediately. --->READ MORE HERE
Follow links below to related stories:

DeSantis Will Issue Emergency Order Barring State Licenses for Florida Facilities that House Illegal Alien Children from Biden Border Crisis

Watch — Ron DeSantis: Private Entities Facilitating Illegal Immigration ‘Will Be Charged to Provide Restitution to Florida’

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